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  1. woodsac

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    A basic view of how the desert can just disappear and turn into mountains. Oh, and this is a 3 shot pano. I hadn't done a pano in a while, so I'd thought I'd take it easy ;) Sorry if it's a little big for some screens?

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    Just fine on my screen.

    I love the detail and the colours. The yellow earth tones in the ground contrast the rich blue sky incredibly.

    Did you use a polarizer?
     
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    Thanks Travis.
    I always use a polarizer outside, (Hoya) :thumbup:
     
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    panoramic turned out nice, where did you take this at? the type of terrain looks familiar...
     
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    This is the base of the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, CA.
     
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    This is real nice woody....It looks like a scene I see very often and never take the time to capture. It looks like you might be somewhere near me. Are you in California? : )
     
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    The "middle of nowhere, CA" :mrgreen:
    Ridgecrest, it's where the 395 & 14 meet. South of Mammoth, North of LA.
     
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    Tehachapi mountains here. Off the 58 1 hour east of bakersfield
     
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    Girl, I've got lots of stuff from Tehachapi! I go that way a lot. The old barn I posted the other day is off the 58 @ Monolith. I'll be through there Friday night. Taking the wife and baby over to CALM for the Holiday Light festival :thumbup:
     
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    Cool...We were going to go to CALM on friday night too but we will be attending a party here in Bear Valley Springs instead. Wow what a coincidence! : )
     
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    I love it man, it's great!
     
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    Great shot man...love it.
     

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